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Dedienne Plasturgie Licence RocTool Cage System

07 October 2007

Dedienne Plasturgie has signed a licence agreement for RocTool’s Cage System induction moulding technology.

The two companies agreed on a phase of industrial development before the use of the technology in production for commercial applications. The developments will be done in the injection fields, RTM and thermo compression of thermoplastic composites. The principal markets concerned are transport, aerospace, sports and leisure.

After several licences in North America, Europe and Asia, this license agreement with the Group Dedienne Plasturgie is the first licence in France. The Group Dedienne Plasturgie specialises in manufacturing technical plastic and cosmetic parts, in particular using high performance polymers.






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